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How the World Works - Grade 5 - Unit 2 Meeting
Transcript of How the World Works - Grade 5 - Unit 2 Meeting
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Unit Two Overview
How the World Works
Understanding scientific principles can help people solve problems and improve quality of life.
Form, Perspective, Responsibility
Appreciation, Curiosity, Integrity
Lines of Inquiry:
Scientific principles at work in the world
People's responses to scientific advancement
Responsible use of science
Describe scientific principles and explain how they are at work in the world
Describe how people respond to the advancements in science
Describe / identify human responsibility towards the use of science
Prepositions - Correct Usage
Text type: Procedural writing
Adverbial phrases (kata keterangan tempat, waktu, cara, alat)
Collective Nouns (kata bilangan)
Punctuations: titik dua, titik koma, hubung, apostrof
Preposition (kata depan): bagi, pada, untuk, serta, sampai, oleh, dengan.
Personal pronoun second person, plural (kata ganti kedua jamak): kamu sekalian, engkau sekalian
Adjectives (kata sifat/keadaan yang terbentuk dari kata ulang (kekanak-kanakan, pontang-panting, gelap-gulita; kata serapan (amoral, kreatif, super); frase (murah hati, keras kepala, kepala batu)
The rights to join an organization
Measurement (Stage 3B w/ teaching)
Reading Log, Spelling, English Groups, Silent Reading, Read Alouds, Literacy Study, Oral Presentations, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary Development, NSW Handwriting, Computer Skills
Reading Log, Silent Reading, Read Alouds, Literacy Study, Oral Presentations, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary Development, NSW Handwriting, Computer Skills
Fractions, Decimals & Percentages
Show an understanding of the main events and people in Biblical History by demonstrating a sound knowledge of Joseph's life
Show an understanding of the relationship between the various covenants in God's Word by reflecting on how God used events in Joseph's life to keep the covenant He gave to his ancestors.
Accurately recalls memory verses and explains their meaning.
WHY we assess?
“The primary purpose of assessment and evaluation is to improve student learning.”
Taking the PYP Forward pgs 54
Key question: How do we discover what the students know and have learned?
WHY we assess in a variety of ways?
- Taking the PYP Forward
“Assessment should create a true picture of the whole child and be based on a current understanding of how students learn. It should accommodate individual differences and reflect a variety of learning styles.”
JS Assessment Policy SPHI-LV
HOW we assess in a variety of ways?
Assessment Strategies: observations, performance assessments, process-focused assessments, selected responses and open ended tasks
Assessment Tools: rubrics, exemplars, checklist, anecdotal records and continuum
MTPYPH pgs 48-49 & JS Assessment Policy
Next unit meeting...
ASSESSMENT, Part 2
How will we know what the students have learned?
Unit 3 Grade Level